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Special Events Virtual
Sat, Apr 17 | 10am PT

Join us as Ron Diamond, Executive Producer of Acme Filmworks, hosts the annual Oscar® Showcase Tour. Watch a screening of this year’s Best Animated Short Film nominees and hear stories from some of the talented artists behind these spectacular movies.

Classes Virtual
Mon–Fri | Jun 7–18 | 9am–3pm PT

Comics and storyboarding share a unique connection in how to tell sequential visual stories. In this two-week class, students will discuss the history and evolution of each form and their similarities and differences. Students will learn about transferring scripts to boards and panels, gesture

San Francisco, April 15, 2021—The Walt Disney Family Museum is delighted to welcome back members and guests to the Main Museum on Thursday, April 22, 2021. Tickets for admission to both the main galleries and the special exhibition will be available for pre-purchase online beginning 10am PT today.

Thu, Apr 22 | 10am–5pm (last gallery entry at 3:45pm)

We are thrilled to welcome you back to our Main Museum galleries beginning Thursday, April 22. Experience Walt Disney’s uplifting life story showcased through our state-of-the-art galleries, which house hundreds of memorable artifacts, original artworks, and a spectacular miniature model of

Main Museum Reopens Thursday, April 22

WWII & Veterans’ Voices Special Exhibitions Also Open

Open Thu–Sun, 10am–5pm
Pre-purchased, timed tickets required

We are thrilled to welcome you back to our Main Museum galleries beginning Thursday, April 22. Experience Walt Disney’s uplifting life story showcased through our state-of-the-art galleries, which house hundreds of memorable artifacts, original artworks, and a spectacular miniature model of Disneyland.

Also on view is The Walt Disney Studios and World War II, an immersive exhibition featuring the compelling and multifaceted story of The Walt Disney Studios’ contributions to the Allies’ World War II effort with an array of original artwork, film clips, photos, literature, and more to explore.

Additionally, reopening to the public is the museum’s fifth Community Access Exhibition, Veterans’ Voices: Painted Realities, featuring original artworks by U.S. military veterans. The exhibition serves as a platform for the American veteran’s voice to be heard through their own words and creativity, rather than from depictions by non-veteran artists.

Pre-purchased, timed tickets are required for entry. During the first few months of reopening, we will release tickets in two-week increments. To purchase tickets available for the next two weeks, please visit our Tickets page. Members can reserve free tickets for the next two weeks via our members-only ticket reservation page. Please note that tickets for Thursday, April 15 through Sunday, April 18 include admission only to the WWII exhibition.

We are grateful to you for your support during our recent closure. We thank you for helping create an enjoyable experience for everyone and are happy to see you back at the museum soon.

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Thu–Sun | 10am–5pm (last gallery entry at 4pm)
Immerse yourself in the compelling and multifaceted story of The Walt Disney Studios’ extensive contribution to the Allies’ World War II effort through an array of original artwork, film clips, photos, literature, and more.
Open Thu, Apr 22
In honor of Veterans Day, The Walt Disney Family Museum is pleased to debut its fifth Community Access Exhibition, Veterans’ Voices: Painted Realities, featuring original artworks by U.S. military veterans. The exhibition will serve as a platform for the American veteran’s voice to be heard through

 

General Admission WWII Exhibition  

Adults

$25 $15 Buy Tickets

Seniors (ages 65+)

$20 $12 Buy Tickets

Students (with valid ID) 

$20 $12 Buy Tickets

Youth (ages 6–17)

$15 $5 Buy Tickets

Children (ages 5 & under)

FREE FREE Reserve Tickets

Military Personnel 

Admission is free year-round for active and retired military personnel, as well as their spouses and dependents with valid ID.

FREE FREE Reserve Tickets
Members FREE FREE

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Save 45% on combined attraction admission to The Walt Disney Family Museum and 3 other top San Francisco attractions

Adult (ages 12+) $76
Child (ages 4–11) $56
 

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Film Screenings

Due to current restrictions, our theater will remain closed until further notice. We apologize for any inconvenience. This notice will be updated when we are able to welcome you back to our theater to enjoy daily film screenings of classic Disney films.

Museum hours are 10am to 5pm with last entry at 4pm; the museum is open Thursday–Sunday, closed Monday–Wednesday, January 1, Thanksgiving Day, and December 25. For further information about our hours or admission prices, please contact Ticket Desk at 415.345.6843. Operating hours are subject to change, please check our calendar prior to planning your visit.

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Department: Facilities and Operations

Location: San Francisco

Reports to: Director of Facilities and Operations

FLSA Code: Exempt

Status: Full-Time

Hours: Regular business hours, including rotating on-call weekends, and/or evenings

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As employees of The Walt Disney Family Museum, we strive to achieve and perpetuate the values that Walt held important in his work and his life. We believe that to achieve the level of quality associated with Walt Disney, each person, as an individual and as part of a cohesive team, contributes toward delivering a quality experience to every visitor to The Walt Disney Family Museum.

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Job Description

Department: Facilities and Operations

Location: San Francisco

Reports to: Executive Director

Status: Full-Time

Date: April 2021

Hours: Regular business hours, include rotating on-call weekends and/or evenings

FLSA Code: Exempt

Rate: DOE

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Posted on Mon, 07/20/2020 - 12:45

In 1942, Alexander P. de Seversky released his book Victory Through Air Power, in which he challenged the status quo of military doctrine with his argument that United States air power was weak, ineffective, and highly underdeveloped. He argued that military supremacy would be derived from air supremacy, and that the future of warfare rested on the development of a super fleet capable of strategic bombing or long-range air power. This, he argued, would be far more effective than tactical air

Posted on Wed, 04/07/2021 - 13:07

Time for our monthly WD-FM Museum Musings where you can catch up with Chris and Bri on upcoming events, programs, and more on our upcoming virtual community art exhibition, Conserving the Magic of Our Planet. Hear a special interview with Director of Education, Travis Lacina about our summer classes and engaging workshops.

Workshops Virtual
Thu, Apr 22 | 5:30pm PT

Spring has sprung and the hills are again full with flowers. Celebrate Earth Day with a fun and interactive workshop with nature artist John Muir Laws and learn how to block in the basic shapes, foreshorten flowers, and use watercolor or colored pencils to bring out the beauty in your own nature

Talks Virtual
Mon, Apr 5 | 6pm PT

Join Mulan (1998) Co-Director Tony Bancroft and his twin brother Tom Bancroft, character designer of Mushu, for a virtual program behind the making of the film, including production, casting, music, research, and story development.

Posted on Fri, 03/26/2021 - 12:48

Fall in with WD-FM as we explore the creation and history in our newest special exhibition, The Walt Disney Studios and World War II. Hear excerpts of interviews from Exhibition Curator Kent Ramsey, Director of Exhibitions Marina Villar Delgado, and Exhibitions Assistant Kaitlin Buickel on how they helped bring this exhibition to the public.